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Paypal Teams Up with Walmart

Paypal is teaming up with Walmart to allow its customers to deposit and withdraw money from their Paypal accounts in Walmart stores.

It's the first time Paypal's allowed cash to be taken out of its accounts in a brick and mortar store. 
Customers can already load their Paypal accounts with cash at the stores.    

The service will cost $3 per use.

Both firms expect to have the service available at every Walmart store in the US by early November. 

Chick-fil-A Trying Out New Store

Chick-fil-A says it's going to try out a new version of its restaurants.

The two test locations opening soon in Nashville and Louisville will have no dining rooms and no drive thru and will instead focus on delivery and catering.

The Nashville location will have a walk up window for carry out orders, but the Louisville store won't.  
Neither location will take cash accepting only credit, debit or app payments.

"Aladdin" Teaser Trailer Debuts

Disney fans - take your first peak at the upcoming "Aladdin" remake.

This is the first trailer for Disney's live-action adaptation of its popular 1992 animated movie.

The trailer was released on Thursday - even though the new movie won't be in theaters until May 24th next year.

The original "Aladdin" raked in more than half-a-billion dollars in sales.

In the new one, Canadian actor Mena Massoud plays the main character.

His co-stars include Naomi Scott, Will Smith and Marwan Kenzari.

In addition to "Aladdin", Disney is also working on remakes of "The Lion King" and "Dumbo."

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